Take baby steps! Need to write a paper? Start with turning on your computer, then opening up a Word document, then drafting an outline. It’s those little things that help you build motivation.
- How do you move forward when the past grabs you and wants to return you to your old ways or stop growing because you don’t believe in yourself just yet?
- I don’t have any problem in writing the tasks down I have a problem with executing them, how do you make yourselves do almost all of the things if not all that are on your to-do list?
- I’d like to know how many to-dos should I write and make it be more reasonable and can be done efficiently.
- Do you block time in your calendar for to-dos or just keep a list?
- Do you find that writing down time for leisure or breaks enhances your productivity?
You will be lazy you feel tired but you just have to take one step at a time. if you move way to fast you will end up back at square one. So every day set yourself to do something small and be proud you made it!
Give yourself a real break. If we feel like we have work to do, we often feel compelled to be working – even when we’re too tired to make progress. Take a day off, take a nap, come back to it later. To prove you can, think back to how you shirked your duties one time when you became sick, and the world didn’t end, even though you didn’t work. Take a break to be more productive when you’re working.
Sometimes you need to be lazy. Life today people think it is okay to always be on the go. That is not good for your emotional and physical health.
Everyday have a few things that “must” be done. Try not to overwhelm yourself or you will achieve nothing due to procrastination.
Try using a timer on your phone to do a task. Start small and put your phone on airplane mode to remove distractions. Start with just 5 minutes and build over time. You'll build momentum over time.
- Do you write fun things too? Like eat ice cream.
- How do you manage tracking tasks that are both short and long term?
- How can I be more forgiving towards myself if I don’t get round to doing all the tasks I set out to complete?
- What do you do to avoid procrastination?
- How do you stay focused with exercising every day even when your whole body is sore because of the said exercise?
- Do you write your to-do list before bed or after waking up? Which once yields a longer list? Which yields more progress and completions?
- How do you remember your tasks and force yourself to check up on them in your to-do list?
- How do you prioritise your tasks? What do you consider most important?
- How should I write my to-do list?
- Sometimes I still tend to think about too many things I have to get done and I would write them out in a list. Yet I still have trouble prioritizing them and sticking to the 3 most important ones. How do I get rid of this overwhelming feeling?